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Hookworm Warning For All Dog Owners
Worming your dog is important all year round, however, for one hookworm in particular, Uncinaria stenocephala, there is a sharp rise from July to September. In heavily infested pups, it can have nasty results such as diarrhoea, anorexia and lethargy. There’s something even worse you need to know about this particular canine nasty. Ready? You ...
Is It OK For Dogs To Drink Tap Water?
With all the concerns about what’s in our food and our water, many of us are paying even more attention these days to what we are giving our pets. You can’t blame pet owners for taking a few precautions. After all, pet food recalls raised concerns about chemical contamination; even treats have been scrutinised. So, ...
Dog Dental Care: An Expert Guide to Caring For Your Dog’s Teeth
What goes on in your dog’s mouth has a profound effect on how happy and healthy they feel all over. We know this. We know it from our own experience. Problems with our teeth can cause us great anguish, discomfort, pain and generally have us feeling miserable. In many way, it’s worse for dogs. Their ...
Animal Charities Reveal Coronavirus Funding Crisis
UK animal rescue centres have lost up to half of their income during the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey reveals. The Association of Dogs and Cat Homes (ADCH) revealed their members were facing huge staffing and funding pressures, with nearly half admitting they may not survive the crisis. Representing 150 member organisations across the United ...